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Chennai is the capital city of Tamilnadu. Previously known as Madras, the Metro City has been known as the Business and Techno Hub of the State. It is one of the Indian cities most visited by foreign tourists because it has an interesting culmination of traditional, historical, religious practices in different destinations and Modern developing trends and lifestyles.
Marina beach, Kapaleeshwarar temple, Vadmalayan Murugan Temple,Vandalur zoological park, St.Thomas Mount and Basilica, Mahabalipuram are a few notable places to be visited while visiting Chennai
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Popular Places in Chennai
Stretching 13 kilometres in length from St. George Fort to Mahabalipuram, Marina Beach enjoys the limelight of both tourists and locals for being the second longest (urban) natural beach in the world. Witness cricket matches, fish markets, children flying kites and astrologers at the beach side as you take a walk along the shoreline.
2.Besant Nagar Beach
Elliot’s beach or Besant Nagar Beach is located in Besant Nagar and forms the south-end of the Marnia Beach. It is one of the most happening places for youngsters in Chennai. To assure safety and prevent drowning cases, the beach also has a police outpost.
The beach boasts of the famous landmark called the Karl Schmidt Memorial, a gate-like structure made from bricks. Legend says that this landmark was built in the memory of a Dutch sailor who lost his life while saving a girl from drowning.
3.Madras War Cemetery
Established in 1952 by the Imperial War Graves Commission, Madras War Cemetery was built to honour the lives of all those men and women who sacrificed their lives in World War II. It is home to almost 856 Common wealth burials of the Second World War.
People from many different nationalities like UK, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, West Africa and India are buried here. Located on the Mount Poonamalle road, the cemetery is just 5 kilometres from the airport and a kilometre away from Saint Thomas Mount. Though a restricted area, those who prefer silence or are history buffs would love to pay a visit to this place.
Located just 25 kilometres from the city, Kovalam beach is part of the Kovalam village located on the shores of Bay of Bengal, on the East Coast Road next to Muttukaadu Bridge. Also known as Covelong beach, it is a crescent-shaped beach and offers truly magnificent views. Do not confuse this beach with the Kovalam town in Kerala.
You can try boating and wind surfing here. In fact, it is one of the rare places in India where wind surfing is possible. However in recent times, owing to extensive commercialisation, the sanity of the beach is affected.
Also known as Egmore or Madras Museum, the Government Museum was founded in 1851 and is touted to be India’s second oldest museum. Spread across 17 acres of land, the museum comprises of six buildings with 46 galleries. Some of them are believed to be approximately 100 years old. It houses a wide collection of Roman antiques, palm-leaf manuscripts, Amravati paintings, wood carvings and other historical articles.
Opening Closing Time9:30 am to 5 pm (Closed on Fridays)
Entrance FeeINR 15 (Adults); INR 10 (Children below 12 years); INR 200 (Camera); INR 500 (Video Camera)
Built in the year 1913, the Ripon Building is the official seat of the Chennai Corporation and is painted white as a representation of Indo-Saracenic architecture. Situated close to the Chennai Railway Station, it was constructed by Loganatha Mudaliar and was named after Lord Ripon who was the then Governor General of British India.
This royal building is rectangular in shape with a 43 meters tower that has a 2.5 meter clock. Also known as Westminster Chiming Clock, this has been the main attraction of the building ever since it was built. It has a mechanical key system that is checked every day.
7.Vadapalani Murugan Temple
Dedicated to Lord Muruga, Vadapalani Murugan Temple is almost 125 years old. It is quite popular in Chennai as many religious rites and marriage ceremonies are conducted here. Legend says that Annaswami Nayakar, an ardent devotee of Lord Muruga made a tiny thatched hut where he placed the image of the Lord. Whenever he used to pray, he used to say certain religious chants which worked as a healing therapy for ailing people and were considered auspicious in getting married and acquiring jobs.
After his death, a temple was constructed in place of the hut and since then the significance has been carried forward. The temple has beautiful carvings including the most beautiful 108 Bharatnatyam dance gestures.
Opening Closing Time5:30 am to 9 pm
Located on Marina beach in Chennai, Anna Memorial was built in the honour of the great Dravidian leader Arinzar Annadurai as well as former Tamil Nadu Chief Minister, C. N. Annadurai whose cremation was done here in 1969. The memorial is situated in the midst of a lush green park.
As soon as you reach here, you will be welcomed by an arch that is shaped like an elephant tusk. Boasting of a huge area of 510 hectares, the memorial has a museum, safari park, aquarium and animal house.